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Emily & Branan's Star Wars, wrestling, and badminton wedding

PEZ dispenser and Simpsons centerpieces, a baseball card guestbook, a huge styrofoam Yoda, and badminton birdie decor… have we boggled your mind enough yet? Oh, well then you may want to sit down for the groom's outfit reveal. Think Randy "Macho Man" Savage at his wedding. It's epic, but don't miss the bride's badminton racquet bouquet, Murder, She Wrote unplugged ceremony sign, and rubber ducky place cards.

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Chris & Joe's dancing barefoot in the rain wedding

Want to hear about a totally relatable making-your-own-dress disaster story turned inspired-dress-buying-experience? The moral of this bride's tale is: do what you LOVE. This pair embraced that concept fully with their vintage-inspired, lovely detail-filled, and happiness-inducing wedding. It may have rained, but you know we love us some rainy wedding photos. This one is a must-see.

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Amanda & Mark's elegant, nature-loving, pagan and Christian wedding

If you're a traditional meets offbeat kinda couple, this wedding might be right up your alley. Sure, they included lots of traditional elements like a white dress, formal attire, and pretty flowers, but just wait until you get a load of the Marauder's Map programs, fire spinning entertainment, and zoo tram getaway car. Don't miss the most amazing Labyrinth meets science groom's cake ever!

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April & Dennis' glam '70s festival meets London street food wedding

From the "cheese" cake to the cork board Polaroid guest book, this chic London wedding just exudes style. Originally from New Zealand and America, these two are now living it up in London and taking advantage of all the craft beer, Prosecco, gorgeous venues, and good times the city has to offer. Let's explore their 1970s-inspired, multi-colored dress wearing, seafoam green leisure suit sporting wedding.

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Chris & Jeremy's lakeside family reunion wedding

If this bride looks a little familiar, it's because she's our rad Assistant Editor of Offbeat Bride! Let's see what this family reunion wedding has in store for us: a beautiful crystalline lakeside venue in Western Nebraska, a chalkboard program and menu, deer just wandering around, and two gorgeous people in lurve. Don't miss the sure-fire way to beat the pre-ceremony nerves, too!

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Briana, Joshua, & Tony's stories and songs love triangle wedding

With this wedding, we're getting a two-fer: a legal ceremony between a bride and a groom, and a handfasting ceremony between that bride and groom and their partner. It's all about the tear-y groom, the cake-saving groom, the bride in a gorgeous blue dress, and three people totally in love. And don't miss the tears-welling-like-mad triple kiss!

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Karen & Pete's Spanish countryside handfasting wedding

We love when a wedding just looks like a rocking party. And this style of inviting yourself to party with the couple for a week totally works in my book! Get ready for a casual pool party in a countryside location in the heat of a Spanish summer with the whole family. Don't miss the music switcheroo for the impromptu first dance. Hint: European football fans may get the joke!

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Aimee & Jon's garden tea party pagan wedding

This week we're celebrating woodsy, outdoor weddings before it gets too cold. Today we've got a UK wedding focused on keeping things eco-friendly, educational for non-pagans, and full of music. With a handmade corset dress, a ceremony in the round, and a forest setting, this pair totally knows how to do fun, frolic, and rock 'n' roll out in the wilderness.

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This couple took their own wedding photos in Yosemite National Park

Shawn and Marcie got married in the Oakland California Temple after being friends for 16 years and partners for nine. Marcie says, "When I say finally, it's like a FINALLY, married." Cameras aren't allowed inside, but photos still happened — courtesy of the couple themselves! Shawn and Marcie took a few images of their own reception before trekking five hours to Yosemite National Park where they did their own formal wedding portraits. They took turns behind the camera, even shooting in film! The results are intimate, personal, and (ahem) au naturale. Just saying you need to scroll to the very end.